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January 5, 2013

GC Hoops Weekend Roundup: BG boys beat Rice 68-55

Frost, Kerens boys also win

(Continued)

RICE — — District 19-1A DII

Frost 49, Bynum 44


Frost    12  10  15  12 — 49

Bynum  14    9  12    9 — 44

Frost — Heather Montgomery 2, Kadee Bowling 5, Dakota Lassetter 3, Jasmyn Steels 4, Diana Rios 12, Jae Moore 23.

Bynum — Bow 8, Maass 25, Armstrong 6, Kelm 5.

Record — Frost 18-2, 4-1 in 19-1A DII.

Friday’s Summaries

BOYS

District 23-2A

Blooming Grove 68, Rice 55


Bl. Grove  10   27   11  20 — 68

Rice        13    10   12  20 — 55

Blooming Grove — Daniel Pelzel 6, Tyler Lewis 7, Rowdy Barlow 7, Juanya Pyburn 19, Tyler Morris 6, Jacob Conger 21, Richard Conger 2.

Rice — Collin Haston 2, Daniel Arteaga 5, Jacob Jones 2, Austin Peppers 6, Dalton Pike 20, Raven Huffman 6, Ragan Henderson 14.

Records — Blooming Grove 13-5, 2-1 in District 23-2A, Rice 9-10, 0-2.

District 19-1A DII

Frost 73, Bynum 28


Frost     23  21 17 12 — 73

Bynum   11   7   8   2 — 28

Frost — Edgar Anaya 6, Julius Gray 4 Andrew Jackson 6, Jacob Stroder 11, Danial Steels 31, Clayton 9 McGill 6.

Bynum — Williams 5, Garcia 12 Thompson 4 Bow 3 Simmions 4.

Records — Frost 5-5, 3-0 in 19-1A DII.

Non-District

Kerens 79, Alto 27


Kerens    29   17  18  15 — 79

Alto         2     5    6   14 — 27

Kerens — Tobyus Thomas 22, Kevin Townsel 7, Shelton Sayles 7, Brandon Ward 2, Rayvon Faulk 10, Nate Betts 13, Daedrion Tolliver 2, Dustin Jock 6, Taylon Modester 10.

Records — Kerens 10-5

Wortham 47, Groesbeck 46

Groesbeck   9   15   9   13 — 46

Wortham   9    12    20   6 — 47

Groesbeck — Huckaby 15, Adams 13 Jackson 6, Forge 3, Roberts 3, O’Kelly 2, Tatum 2, Gonzales 2.

Wortham — Brysen Rhodes 17, Tyvon Freeman 15, Tyree Freeman 5, Kyle Chasteen 5, Witty Busby 3, Daniel Trantham 2.

Records — Groesbeck 4-7, Wortham 9-12.

Thursday’s Summary

District 23-2A

Mildred 64, Teague 63


Teague  19  11  14   8  11 — 63

Mildred  14  17  10  11 12 — 64

Teague — Scruggs 21, Brooks 12, Skinner 8, Bell 8, Dixon 4, West 4, Maggard 4, Love 2.

Mildred — Nic Shimonek 20, Johnthan Harrison 20, Draylon Sterling 9, Mikey Muncy 6, Jase Butler 5, Connor Hill 4.

Records — Mildred 3-1, 1-0 in 23-2A.

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